NASW WI maintains a Jobs Listserv composed of all job openings we receive. This is a benefit for NASW WI members only. If you are a member and would like to be added to the Jobs Listserv contact email@example.com with the subject line Add to Listserv.
If you are an employer who wishes to advertise a job opening for social workers we have options for you! We maintain a Jobs Listserv for NASW WI members who have requested inclusion. There are about 300 NASW WI members on this mailing list. We will send job announcements of any length to members of the listserv at no cost to the employer. To submit an ad, send your job description to firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line Jobs Listserv.
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WI Social Work Jobs
PT Certified Parent Coach – Appleton, Fox Cities, WI
Anu Family Services, Inc., an innovative, private non-profit child and family services agency, is seeking a part-time Parent Coach who can serve the Fox Valley area, specifically Outagamie and Winnebago Counties.
Paid training will be provided to qualified candidates via a Parent Coach Certification course. Parent Coaches employ Present Moment Parenting, helping parents focus on the whole child in the present, rather than on “modifying the behavior”. Read more
Assistant Professor – Social Worker
All faculty at Alverno College collaborate in curriculum development, teaching, learning and assessment, and program evaluation within Social Work and the curriculum at large. This position will be part of a new program in Social Work, and as such will include both leadership and teaching opportunities. We are seeking a generalist social worker to fill this position. Read more
Marathon County Social Services Dept.
Make a difference in Central Wisconsin. We have current full-time social worker positions available specializing in Child Protective Services or Juvenile Justice. Social workers provide a variety of case management services to families and children in the areas of child abuse and neglect, parenting, and financial and household management or to families and juveniles found to be delinquent or in need of protection or services, some of whom are placed outside their homes. Read more